November 19, 2013 |
Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn crashed in a training run Tuesday in Colorado, perhaps jeopardizing the most anticipated comeback effort heading into the Sochi Olympics in February. "We have no reason to believe it's anything significant right now," U.S. Ski team spokesman Tom Kelly told the Associated Press. Vonn reportedly was not hospitalized and was being evaluated at her Vail, Colo., home by Bill Sterett, her orthopedic surgeon. Another spokesman said clarity on Vonn's condition should be known within 24 hours.
April 1, 2008
A pileup involving about 75 vehicles on snowy Interstate 70 shut down the state's main east-west route near Vail Pass, killing at least one person and seriously injuring at least 16 others, officials said.
December 6, 1987 |
The biggest attraction of the charming neo-Alpine resort town of Vail, so neatly set against the mighty Colorado Rockies, is an abundance of superb ski trails that lace the surrounding snow-clad peaks. But even Vail's most avid skiers need to take a break, and shopping is one of Vail's favorite apres -ski activities. Fortunately, there's a great deal more to buy here than ski-lift tickets and expensive condominiums.
December 10, 2012 |
For skiers and snowboarders, Colorado can be a land of extremes -- and not just in terrain. When it comes to the cost of a day on the slopes, Durango is the best place for bargain-hunters and Vail certainly will appeal to high rollers. That's the word from a TripAdvisor's Ski Index 2012-13 of 25 destinations in the U.S. and Canada. The online travel company created it by tallying the daily cost of a lift ticket, hotel, gear rental, a burger-and-fries meal and even a mug of beer.
HOME & GARDEN
February 28, 2008
Visitors to Vail know Gorsuch Ltd. as a luxury sportswear outfitter for the slopes and apres-ski set. Now, the Colorado-based firm has added Old World home furnishings to its catalog and website. Among the finds: Austrian china, pewter bar accessories, four-ply cable-knit cashmere throws and needlework pillows. Furniture offerings have the look of Alpine lodge antiques and include the Tirol bench with naturally shed antler legs and mohair upholstery, $3,900, and the William & Mary country table in oak, $1,098, shown here.
April 21, 2013 |
TUCSON -- At least five people were killed and 17 injured when a van crashed during a border patrol pursuit, Pima County Rural/Metro Fire Chief Willie Treatch said Sunday. The incident happened late Saturday between 10 and 10:30 p.m., he said, when a van carrying 22 people rolled over near the intersection of Interstate 10 and State Highway 83 in Vail, Ariz. Five people died at the scene and 17 were hospitalized. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials in the Tucson sector could not be immediately reached for comment. email@example.com @thecindycarcamo ALSO: Cardinal O'Malley warns of 'culture of death' Video said to show suspect setting backpack down Boston plays, prays and remembers on Sunday of renewal